15.14.1. Replication Page Details

Choose a value from the refresh drop-down list box to set the rate at which information is updated. This refresh rate applies only to the information presented on this page: It is independent of the rate set for the Monitor tab.

The following columns describe replication servers and their slaves:

  • Servers: Displays the group name and any master servers and slaves

  • Type: Indicates the topology of a server group or in the case of individual servers, whether a server is a master, a master/slave, or a slave

  • Slave IO: Reports the status of the slave IO thread

  • Slave SQL: Reports the status of the slave SQL thread

  • Time Behind: The interval that the slave is behind the master, in hh:mm:ss format. This column is blank if a server is a master.

  • Binlog: The binary log file name

  • Binlog Pos: The current position in the binary log file

  • Master Binlog: The master binary log file name

  • Master Binlog Pos: The current position in the master binary log file

  • Last Error: The most recent error

  • Unlabeled Column: Use the rename group link on the server group line to edit the server group name

Levels of indentation in the Servers column show the relationship between master servers and their slaves. Most column headings are active links that allow you to change the order of display by clicking the header. Sorting works differently for different column groupings. Click the Seconds Behind header to order servers by the number of seconds they are behind their master. However, in all cases, the server topology is respected. For example, in a TREE topology, ordering occurs within branches only.

If the agent is down, servers show in bold red in the Servers column. The Slave IO and the Slave SQL columns display stopped in red text if these threads are not running. If an agent is down, italics is used to display the last know status of the IO or SQL threads.

Clicking a master server opens a dialog box that displays information about the server. The information shown includes:

  • The number of slave servers

  • The binary log file name

  • The binary log position

  • Which databases are replicated and which not

The dialog box also includes a link that allows the user to hide or show the slave servers.

Clicking a slave server opens a dialog window showing extensive information about the slave.

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